Loan Watch: Excellent Ikeme when QPR makes Baggies a laughing stock

Many of our players out on-loan has played this weekend and Paddy is trying to keep up with reporting about them as usual.

With the former Crystal Palace manager at the helm Queens Park Rangers seem to play according to their resources for the first time in months. It was not too late, they were dangerously close to fall below the relegation line, but Neil Warnock hindered such a development by managing the team to a 3-1 win against West Brom, who dropped out of the top two. We are very amused. Party in the fleahouse! 😆

Warnock to the BBC:

I told them to smile. I said to enjoy it. They get paid a fortune to play football at a great club, I told them to do what they’ve done all week and enjoy it.

It’s as easy as that apparently.

Our keeper Carl Ikeme seem to have played an important role in the win by  making some important saves, while high thought upon Carson in the Baggie goal was partly responsible for the Baggies first two goals in the back.

The Telegraph reporter Jonathan Liew writes:

As West Brom pressed for an equaliser, the main difference between the sides continued to be between the posts. While Carson garnered ironic acclaim whenever he claimed the ball, QPR’s Carl Ikeme kept his side ahead with two excellent saves. His second, rushing out to deny Thomas, was outstanding.

That was when Ikeme pushed away a Ben Watson volley and he made important saves on injury time both in the first and second half. Both Ikeme and Hill got high ratings after the game from various sources.

Keep up the good work Carl Ikeme. You’ll never know when you are needed back in Wolverhampton.



~ by paddytheflea on March 7, 2010.

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